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Pictures with Greenish Tint

Discussion in 'Digital photography' started by rjessa, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. rjessa

    rjessa Regular member

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    What needs to be done to correct green tint in my pictures. They look fabulous on the screen, but on paper they have a slight greenish tint. I am using glossy paper, and all settings are good. I even tried to reduce the Cyan %age of ink and increase Magenta, no luck.

    Any advise??
     
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  2. EmuMP7

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    What printer are you using for the prints? Also, have you tried printing a picture not taken by your camera? Maybe one off the internet, just to find out if it's your camera or your printer that's having the issue.
     
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    ireland Active member

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    one way to find out if its your printer is to print the same pix on a different or a friends printer.

     
  4. rjessa

    rjessa Regular member

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    Two good ideas. Let me try and get back to you both.

    Thanks
     
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  5. thecraigc

    thecraigc Regular member

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    remember to over sharpen your photos (on a CRT they are kinda over sharpened and on an LCD they are very over sharpened) so when you print them, they are nice and sharp ;) - and not too sharp either!
     

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